Las Vegas — Although Dwayne Johnson, Will Arnett and Mark Walhberg all presented their respective films, “Hercules,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” and “Transformers: Age of Extinction” at the Paramount presentation Monday night at CinemaCon, it was really the Michael Bay show.
As the director of “Transformers” and a producer on both “Ninja Turtles” and the just-announced found footage pic “Project Almanac,” due at the end of January 2015, Bay was the star, and he wasn’t even in the house.
The multi-hyphenate is currently in the edit room for “Transformers,” according to the movie’s star, Wahlberg. His daughter, 10-year-old Ella accompanied Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor, two of the films stars that Wahlberg ensured the audience would be huge by the time it debuts in June. »
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